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Coastal Water Quality Monitoring Network was established in 1991 to
characterize status and trends in water quality of Florida Bay and then it
expanded to cover much of the South Florida region, including Biscayne
Bay, Whitewater Bay, Ten Thousand Islands, and the west coast of South
Florida. The project finished in 2008. It was funded by the
South Florida Water Management District
managed by Dr. Joseph N. Boyer and Dr. Henry Briceņo of the
Southeast Environmental Research
Florida International University, Miami, FL 33199.